Synonyms of 'guarantee'
to promise or make certainSurplus resources alone do not guarantee growth.
Steps must be taken to ensure this never happens again.
The loan is secured against your home.
Last night's victory has assured their promotion.
The ship owner must warrant that his vessel is seaworthy.
We automatically insure your furniture and belongings against fire.
to promise or make certainWe guarantee to refund your money if you are not delighted with your purchase.
We can give no guarantee that their demands will be met.
If you make a promise, you should keep it.
He simply cannot be trusted to keep his word.
a pledge to step up cooperation between the states
The new owners gave an undertaking that the factory would remain open.
an assurance that other forces will not move into the territory
I have said with absolute certainty that there will be no change of policy.
the United Nations covenant on civil and political rights
word of honour
a formal assurance in writing that a product or service will meet certain standards or specificationsThe goods were still under guarantee.
something that makes a specified condition or outcome certainHe had to give a personal guarantee on the loan to his company.
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in the sense of assurance
a statement or assertion intended to inspire confidencean assurance that other forces will not move into the territory
in the sense of assure
to make (something) certainLast night's victory has assured their promotion.
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